The man accused of stalking Erin Andrews has entered a plea agreement. On Thursday, Michael David Barrett of Illinois agreed to plead guilty in federal court in Los Angeles. Last month, Barrett originally pleaded not guilty and posted $100,000 bail.
Robert J. Lopez of the Los Angeles Times recaps what happened on Thursday.
CBS News says Barrett could face up to five years in prison and a hefty fine to boot.
An Associated Press report sums up everything:
Barrett was accused of following Andrews across the country and convincing hotels to book the room next to hers so he could secretly videotape her in the nude. Last week, the FBI served search warrants to Google and Yahoo in connection with the case. Barrett will be back in federal court on Tuesday.